The Chinese word 必须 means “must” or “have to”. It is often used to indicate a requirement or obligation, such as in the phrase “我必须去工作”, which means “I must go to work”. It can also be used to express a strong recommendation or advice, such as “你必须好好休息”, which means “you must rest well”. In general, 必须 is a versatile word that is commonly used in everyday conversation and formal writing in Chinese.
Auxiliary Verb: to have to, must
|你必须学好汉语才能在中国生活||nǐ bìxū xué hǎo hànyǔ cái néng zài zhōngguó shēnghuó||You must learn Chinese well to live in China|
|我们必须尽快采取行动来解决这个问题||wǒmen bìxū jǐnkuài cǎiqǔ xíngdòng lái jiějué zhège wèntí||We must take action as soon as possible to solve this problem|
|学生必须按时交作业||xuéshēng bìxū ànshí jiāo zuòyè||Students must submit their homework on time|
|这个计划必须得到领导的批准||zhège jìhuà bìxū dédào lǐngdǎo de pīzhǔn||This plan must be approved by the leaders|
|我们必须认真对待每一个客户的需求||wǒmen bìxū rènzhēn duìdài měi yīgè kèhù de xūqiú||We must take every customer’s needs seriously|
|为了保护环境，我们必须减少使用塑料袋||wèile bǎohù huánjìng, wǒmen bìxū jiǎnshǎo shǐyòng sùliào dài||To protect the environment, we must reduce the use of plastic bags|
必须 is part of HSK Level 3 in HSK 2.0. In the newer HSK 3.0 it is part of HSK Level 2.